BMC Evolutionary Biology recently published research investigating whether the sexual swellings of bonobos reliably signals ovulation to males. First author… Read more »
As a primatologist and Ph.D. candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, my current research focuses on the mating behavior and reproductive strategies of wild female bonobos as a function of reproductive state and timing of ovulation.
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- Female bonobo sexual swellings send mixed messages to males - 30th June 2016